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Ten One Design Magnus Air iPad Air Stand

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Ten One Design Magnus Air iPad Air Stand, a minimalist solution that provides a reading angle of 22 degrees and can be used as either a viewing stand all turned on its side to produce a handy angled typing rest.
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Fizz Saver Drink Dispenser

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The Fizzsaver Drink Dispenser($4) is a simple device that attaches directly onto your 2 liter soda bottle. Keeps drinks carbonated and dispenses just the right amount right from your fridge. Simply twist dispenser onto the top of a plastic 2-liter bottle, then invert the bottle to dispense drinks into your glass.  Good idea and looks cool, but it have bad review at Amazon.
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Neptune Pine Android Smartwatch

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Neptune Pine is a success  Kickstarter campaign, an Android Smartwatch. This week the company has started shipping their smartwatch to backers and the Pine is now available to preorder from $349. The Pine Android smartwatch is Powered by a Snapdragon S4 processor supported by 512 MB of RAM and is equipped with a 2.4 inch full-colour capacitive touch screen with full QWERTY keyboard. Other features inlclude 16 or 32 GB of internal storage together with both front facing and rear facing camera with LED flash.
The Neptune Pine is the world’s first independent smartwatch. The Pine allows users to make and receive phone calls and text messages, shoot video and take pictures, check email, browse the web, play music or games, and more – all without the presence of a smartphone.
The Pine is also an extremely powerful fitness tracker, with built-in GPS, pedometer, and a compass. When used with an app, it can track steps, pace, time, laps, and calories burned. Additionally, the Pine handset can be attached to mounts or other accessories where it becomes a wearable, point-of-view (POV) video camera, shooting in 720p HD video with its rear-facing 5-megapixel camera
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The Barisieur Alarm Clock doubles as a coffee brewer.

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Designed by London-based industrial designer Josh Renouf, the Barisieur is an alarm clock that doubles as a coffee brewer.
The alarm clock looks like one of those classic rectangular digital alarm clock with a chemistry set on top of it. The base of the Barisieur is American walnut with a digital clock display. There are knobs on the side and a switch for the coffee brewer next to the digital display. A small drawer on the front serves as storage for the sugar and ground coffee beans.
The Barisieur first gently wakes you up with the sounds of steel ball bearings vibrating the water through induction heating, as well as with the smell of freshly brewed coffee.
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Trunk Charging Cable

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Trunk($20)  is a short, posable charging cable for your smartphone,  you can bend Trunk vertical to charge on the wall, bend it the other way and use GPS in the car.
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Modbook Pro X, Turns Your MacBook Pro Into A Tablet for $1,999

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Well, how about dropping an additional $2k for a kit to convert the MBP into a tablet? The ModBook Pro X(on kickstarter) takes a regular MBP, disassembles it and reassembles it into tablet form.
The Modbook Pro X sports a 15.4-inch (diagonal) Apple Retina display with a 2,880 x 1,800 pixel resolution at 220 pixels per inch. Its digitizer pen offers 2,048 pressure levels, pen tilt and rotate functionality, programmable dual side-switches, a digital eraser and replacement nib set. The Modbook Pro X is configurable with up to a 2.8GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 processor, integrated Intel Iris Pro Graphics with an optional NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M GPU, and up to 32GB of 1600MHz random-access memory.
If you'd prefer to avoid supplying your own MacBook, you'll also be able to pre-order a complete device from $3,999 and up, depending on the model. Good idea? $4000!
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Flux Capacitor USB Car Charger

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The Flux Capacitor USB Car Charger from thinkgeek. This USB car charger plugs into your cigarette lighter socket, charges two devices at once, and looks like the flux capacitor from BTTF. It’s $25.
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JIBO, a Family Robot.

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This is a video introduction to JIBO, a home robot designed to become part of your family and help everyone throughout the day. The robot, which is Wi-Fi connected, can track faces, take pictures, search the internet, tell stories, watch you while you sleep...(watch the video) The robot is currently an Indiegogo project but has already met 10x its goal, so $500 will get you one when they ship late next year. It looks so cool!
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SFD Big Wheel Drift Trike,

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SFD Industries's Big Wheel Drift Trike is an adult-size,  gas-powered Big Wheel-style tricycle.  It has a  26″ front wheel and featuring a 6.5hp motor, rear brakes PVC sleeves on the rear wheels for easy drifting.
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Thumb Extender — "The screen will not stay big"

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From Japan, another weird product.
1,480 (JPY)
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oPhone: "Send and receive electronic aroma messages"

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"The oPhone is a revolutionary device that, in combination with our free iPhone app “oSnap”, allows you to send and receive electronic aroma messages. Think of it as a kind of telephone for aromas. With the oPhone, you can now bring complex scent texting into your mobile messaging life, and share sensory experience with anyone, anywhere"
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The Cobra JumPack Battery Pack Can Jump Start Your Car

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The Cobra Electronics CPP 7500 JumPack($130)  by Cobra Electronics does that. But it also packs enough juice to actually jump start your car as well. Churning out a massive 200Amp starting current, it can deliver up to 400Amp at peak, which is enough to get most dead car batteries up and running in no time. It also comes with a 2.1 Amp USB Port for rapid charging of portable devices. Built-in LED flashlight - super-bright work, strobe and S.O.S. emergency LED light.
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Samsung Gear Live

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Samsung's $199 Android Wear smartwatch, the Gear Live, Samsung's Android Wear-running smartwatch. It packed with a 320 x 320 1.63" Super AMOLED screen, powered by a 1.2GHz processor. It features heart rate monitor, Bluetooth 4.0, 4GBs of storage, 512MBs of RAM, dust and water resistance. The watch uses the Android Wear system, including navigation, calendar, reminders, Hangout message, and music controls. Really they all looked cool. The Gear Live is available for pre-order today. It'll ship on July 7th, and costs $199.

Withings Activité Smart Watch

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Withings Activite($390) at first glance, it looks like any other old analog watch. It has a clean white face, a leather band, and all the class and glamour of a night at the Oscars. But it’s much smarter than it looks. The Activité was designed in Paris and made in Switzerland, and comes with enough sensors to measure distance covered (either walking, running, or swimming), sleep quality, and calories burned throughout the day. As it has a traditional analog face, these stats need to be seen through the complementary Health Mate app from Withings. It communicates with iOS devices via Bluetooth LE, working in concert with a handy Withings Health Mate app that lets you create custom activity plans and track your progress towards your fitness goals. Oh, and you're free to take the Activité to the pool as well, as it's water resistant for up to 50 meters.

Philips Two-In-One Monitor

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Philips Monitors has created a two-in-one computer display that puts a new angle on multitasking. Philips Monitors has created a two-in-one computer display that puts a new angle on multitasking. The left display works with a DisplayPort and VGA input, while the other has a VGA input and MHL-capable HDMI. The Two-in-One also features four USB 2.0 ports. Both LED-backlit displays run at an optimum resolution of 1280 x 1024 at 60 Hz. Both displays tilt inwards up to 22.5-degrees. Good idea! Two screens in one.